Gov’t Announces National Holidays for 2023

By Office of Assistant to Deputy Cabinet Secretary for State Documents & Translation     Date 11 Oktober 2022
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The Indonesian Government has announced national holidays and collective leave days for 2023.

The decision is stipulated in the Joint Ministerial Decree of Minister of Religious Affairs, Minister of Manpower, Minister of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucratic Reform Number 1066 of 2022, Number 3 of 2022, Number 3 of 2022 on the 2023 National Holidays and Collective Leave.

“Today, the 2023 national holidays and collective leave have been decided and set,” said Coordinating Minister for Human Development and Culture Muhadjir Effendy after the signing of the Joint Decree, in Jakarta, Tuesday (10/11).

The national holidays are as follows:

– 1 January (Sunday): New Year 2023

– 22 January (Sunday): Chinese New Year 2574 Kongzili

– 18 February (Saturday): Isra Mi’raj (Ascension Day) of Prophet Muhammad.

– 22 March (Wednesday): the Holy Day of Silence, Saka New Year 1945

– 7 April (Friday): Good Friday

– 22-23 April (Saturday-Sunday): Eid Al-Fitr 1444 Hijri

– 1 May (Monday): International Labor Day

– 18 May (Thursday): Ascension of Jesus Christ

– 1 June (Thursday): Pancasila Day

– 4 June (Sunday): Vesak Day 2567

– 29 June (Thursday): Eid al-Adha 1444 Hijri

– 19 July (Wednesday): Islamic New Year 1445 Hijri

– 17 August (Thursday): Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia

– 28 September (Thursday): Birthday of Prophet Muhammad

– 25 December (Monday): Christmas Day

The collective leave is as follows:

– 23 January (Monday): Chinese New Year 2574 Kongzili

– 23 March (Thursday): the Holy Day of Silence, Saka New Year 1945

– 21, 24, 25, and 26 April (Friday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday): Eid Al-Fitr 1444 Hijri

– 2 June (Friday): Vesak Day 2567

– 26 December (Tuesday): Christmas Day

According to Muhadjir, there are 16 days of national holidays and 8 days of collective leave. “In total, there are 24 days of national holidays and collective leave,” he said. (UN) (FI/MMB)

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